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Courtesy of Seattle Women’s Chorus/Fun House Productions

Every social movement in modern history has been accompanied by music that rouses the masses, speaks truth to power, and cements public consciousness. SWC brings heart and soul to songs of protest and social justice. Traditional pieces by Pete Seeger complement contemporary music by singer, songwriter MILCK. The sounds of new works by Mari Esabel Valverde and Abbie Betinis will fill Saint Mark’s Cathedral as well as a new song by 13-year old You Tube sensation Isolde Fair.
Collectively the concert shines a spotlight on the music that has been inspired by such movements as anti-war, human rights, and the 2017 Women’s March. Through song, SWC reminds us all of Seattle’s crucial role as a harbinger of social activism.

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